Robotic Process Automation for Logistics and Transportation
Automatically manage interdependencies between scheduling, tracking, order processing, and more with RPA
RPA specifically offers a high ROI for a very low cost of entry. It can be used to bring a new level of efficiency to processing shipments, monitoring fleets and inventory, handling communication with customers, shipment tracking, and reducing risk through minimising human error.
Automatic tracking of shipments, vehicles and other assets can become very resource-heavy incredibly quickly. Information such as pick-up time, delivery location, or current status of the shipment is difficult to access and share between the interested parties: customers, suppliers and employees.
Maintaining coherent, reliable, and accessible documentation is a major challenge for the logistics industry. Information collected from multiple data points isn’t always stored in compatible file formats, which can result in difficulties with integration as well as reports that are unreadable, don’t provide the necessary details, or arrive late.
Order processing requires a lot of time-consuming work. It creates many opportunities for human error in the intersection between a company’s stored data and new information gathered from customers. If structured and analysed properly, this data could be used for building better strategies and optimizing processes.
Increase operational capacity and broaden your offer through innovation at a very low cost.
Take advantage of RPA’s high cost efficiency and fast ROI, saving 25-80% on current operating costs.
Deploy a digital workforce that operates 24/7, 365 days a year, and doesn’t make mistakes.
“Robotic process automation brings many new opportunities for logistics, such as faster invoicing, easy comparison of multimodal carrier and 3PL rates, improved forecasting, better planning, and much more. Automatic inventory control can offer a major advantage to a logistics company by providing timely prompts and alerts. Additionally, certain resource-heavy but infrequent tasks, such as batch processing, can be approached in a more efficient way with a scalable digital workforce. Digital transformation is going to bring $1.5 trillion of value for the logistics industry, according to prediction.”
Lukasz Chojnowski, CEO at AnyRobot